{libertine} is about the Linux Libertine font which can be loaded with the package of the same name.

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Misplaced Accents in Cyrillic Text

In educational material for the Russian language and linguistic literature the need to put accents on Cyrillic vowels often arises. However when I tried to do this with luaLaTeX the accents where ...
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Problems with opentype options under XeTeX

I am new in the LaTeX world, so I don't understand everything about it, especially about the use of fonts. I installed Linux Libertine font on my distribution (I use Gentoo, so I installed the ...
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Changing numbers font features while changing shape

I am writing a document with the main font set up with old numbers, but I would like to have the "normal" style in the tables. This works but one particular table has some of the numbers in italic and ...
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Layout Problems due to Using the Libertine Font in Beamer

Using Linux Biolinum as the sans font in beamer leads to layout problems for several themes. This seems to be related to a bug in the font, since it does not provide the right x-value, see here. I am ...
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custom luatex format file

I have to process a big number of files with the same preamble. Therefore I try to build a custom format file. The biggest »time eater« is font loading in lualatex, so I try to load the fonts in the ...
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Linux libertine, the {\l} character, ligatures, and T1 fontenc

If I understand correctly from the answers to this question, the default OT1 encoding will not get me enough "font space" for the proper \l character. On the other hand, I can't seem to get ligatures ...
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Possible to enable historical Ligatures of Libertine font in Ubuntu system?

I searched all of related posts but it seems that there is no solution in this case. I really wann activate the feature of historical Ligatures of Libertine font e.g: In Ubuntu system is it ...
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Bug in fontenc (or libertine)?

I am working on a book with aprox. 200+ A5 pages. In the process of migrating from pdflatex to xelatex I noticed some serious layout differences. In an effort to trace down the problem, I came to ...
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Oldstyle Numbers in Numbering of Chapters, Figures and Tables

I am using pdflatex with libertineas my main font. For the numbering of my pages, chapters, my figures and tables (and only of these), I would like to use oldstyle numerals. Any suggestions on how to ...
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Linux Libertine Bold Math

I'm using Linux Libertine everywhere in my document. However, I cannot figure out how to get bold math \mathbf to display as bold text. This answer seemed related to this problem, but trying that ...
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Best way to use Linux Biolinum Keyboard with fontspec?

I am trying to typeset keyboard shortcuts in my document, e.g. CTRL+SHIFT+S. The Linux Libertine font family includes a nice keyboard font that I would like to use. What's the best way to use it with ...
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What settings for \[x]spaceskip would you suggest for Linux Libertine?

Quite contrary to my own answer here, I think that the default \spaceskip setting for Linux Libertine is rather unfortunate: seemingly, the shrink component is too high (and I end up getting to narrow ...
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Symbols for poetic meter (textcomp glyphs disappear with some font packages)

I need certain symbols for describing poetic meter, which texdoc symbols tells me are provided by the textcomp package. The symbols do appear with the default Computer Modern (loading no font ...
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Globally enable a font feature for libertine package

The libertine package works with both PDFLaTeX and XeLaTeX; with the latter it automatically loads and uses fontspec for OpenType font loading. Also with XeLaTeX, it's possible to load a font feature ...
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Linux Libertine Italic Spacing

I believe this is related, but my issue is not math-specific. The problem is: %!TEX TS-program = xelatex %!TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode \documentclass[12pt]{article} % PACKAGES ...
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Font mismatch with Linux Libertine and siunitx package

Following example: \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage{siunitx} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O} ...
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Change to libertine font except in certain parts?

I am producing my LaTeX document using pdflatex. If I want to switch my entire document to a libertine font I use : \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{book} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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How to fix the chapter title and number using libertine font?

I came across this chapter style and borrowed the code (see MWE below). The original code was using the font pbk; I want to use the libertine instead, since it is the font used throughout the thesis. ...
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How to disable oldstyle numerals in a boldface text in Linux Libertine?

This document compiles (in XeLaTeX), but the boldface numbers are set oldstyle. Why? How to use boldface lining digits with Linux Libertine? \documentclass{article} \RequirePackage{fontspec} ...
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Problem with libertine font for pretty big quotes

The following code, that I used with success, does not work with the last TeX LIve distribution. I don't know why. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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XeTeX with CJK: wrong font for numero sign

I'm using XeTeX in a MiKTeX 2.9 environment on Windows. Recently, I've added the xeCJK package to a larger document for including a short passage in Chinese. This, however, caused (among others) the ...
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libertineotf and xelatex - bold smallcaps broken?

It seems like bold smallcaps don't work with libertineotf any longer? I am currently adjusting an old template which I was using with pdflatex, and I need those bold small caps: ...
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Incoherent spacing with Libertine and math-mode

My problem when using math in a beamer presentation: The space between a $f$ and the following questionmark is way too small (the glyphs intersect). When switching the code (MWE) to an article, the ...
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Linux Libertine Biolinum xelatex and lualatex

This is actually two questions rolled into one. Consider the example file below: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} % ...
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Changing Number Font Into Sans Serif

I want to use Libertine Sans Serif numbers (only numbers) in math font. Can i get this result using a command like this: \DeclareSymbolFont{numbers}{T1}{libertine}{m}{n} ...
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Using mathspec to change digits font in math mode isn't working

I'd like to use the Linux Libertine font with a document, and I'm running into a problem with digits in math mode. Here is a MWE: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[math]{mathspec} ...
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\pdfglyphtounicode with XeTeX

One well known problem with using the font Linux Libertine (presumably other fonts too), is that its many ligatures are not recognized in the resulting pdf-file, so that it's not possible to search ...
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How to get Libertine Initials to work with lettrine?

I don't succeed with Libertine Initials and can't find any post on this. I would like to get Libertine Initials to work with the package lettrine. However, I don't get the desired result using this ...
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Using ligatures from Linux Libertine for numbering sections and in TOC

The old Libertine package, which worked with pdfTeX, included a command \libertineGlyph{}. \libertineGlyph{Fourroman} printed Ⅳ But how can I get these roman numbers used for numbering sections ...
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Biolinum font bold 11pt issue in tableofcontents [closed]

I found an issue in adopting the Biolinum font, bold face at 11pt, in the tableofcontents. At 10pt or 12pt it works just fine, indeed. But I need to use 11pt. Compiled indifferently under LuaLaTeX ...
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Specifying proportional numbers when using Libertine with pdfLaTeX

If I use the Libertine fonts from within XeLaTeX I can specify the use of proportional numbers/figures by including it as an option when I set the main font like so: ...
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XeLaTeX: Accents (with Linux Libertine font) require T1-fonts

I need special characters (accents, cyrillic glyphs) in my file. Cyrillic seems to work well with Linux Libertine, but accents trigger warnings: LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape ...
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Can I use these Libertine glyphs in pdftex?

MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{iftex} \ifXeTeX\else \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \fi \usepackage{libertine} \begin{document} \ifXeTeX ...
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Using old style numerals in XeLaTeX in math mode

I am using XeLaTeX and the Linux Libertine font to typeset my thesis. I set it up to use old style numerals in the text by: \setromanfont[Ligatures={Common}, Numbers={OldStyle}]{Linux Libertine O} ...
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Combining diacritical mark is misaligned with luatex, but not with xetex

Consider the following code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont[BoldItalicFont = {* Semibold Italic}]{Linux Libertine O} \begin{document} \textit{\textbf{V\char"0306}} ...
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Calling all libertines [closed]

I've prepared a package that I hope can replace all current libertine packages (and provide partial compatibility with obsolete ones). If you have libertine-based documents please check it out and ...
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Clash between verbatim and libertine

I have a document with some verbatim in it and I wanted to change the font to libertine, but this also changes the verbatim parts. Is there a way to keep the verbatim parts in computer-y font while ...
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Libertine Strange Emphasized Capital J Letter

I'm using libertine package. I see the emphasized capital J (no. 1) is a bit strange to me, compared to another fonts. Is it really the way it is? How to get it fixed? Thanks. \documentclass{book} ...
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Suppress character substitution in xetex

I have a situation where I need to place a combining ring above (U+030A) the character 'j'. Yes, it is silly, because the ring would collide with the dot above the 'j', but I want to combine them ...
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\dot not available on XeLaTeX with package eulervm

When compiling this document: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[biolinum]{libertine} \usepackage[euler-digits,small]{eulervm} \begin{document} \[ U=-\dot\Phi=-\frac d{dx}\int_A B\;dA \] ...
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Weird behavior when using small caps and slanted fonts with fontspec in XeLaTeX

I use XeLaTeX and the fontspec package. Now, I like to use Linux Libertine as standard font. The slanted (not italics) characters are stored in a different font. Now, to use them with \slshape, I ...
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Upright small greek via newtxmath without replacing the math font

I am trying to conform to the International Standard ISO 80000-2. The isomath package does a nice job, but it does not solve the problem of the missing upright/roman small Greek letters, needed for ...
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fontaxes warning with llncs.sty

Springer's LNCS class (found in llncs.zip) gives a fontaxes warning when I try to load the following additional fonts: \documentclass{llncs} \usepackage[math]{iwona} \usepackage{libertine} ...
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Using Linux Libertine fonts for math without newtxmath

I'm trying to use Linux Libertine as the math (and main) font, and I used this answer to set the math fonts. However, the math output is still CM. \documentclass{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath, ...
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MikTeX 2.9: libertine suddenly broken [closed]

MikTeX 2.9: 'libertine' seems to have broken at some point today (9 Dec leading into 10 Dec). The following code should produce some material in libertine: \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{article} ...
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smashoperator produces black line with Linux Libertine O

When I use fontspec to set the main font to "Linux Libertine O", the smashoperator command (and also mathclap and friends) produce a black line above the smashed subscript (with luatex). ...
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Partial Sign with Unicode Math

I have a problem with Linux Libertine and the \partial sign. I use following code, but there is no \partial sign (I left all my fonts there, but the problem is the font for range=\mathit): ...
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Using pgf to print raw numbers without math delimiters

I'm trying to have pgf output a number in raw format, but I don't know how to do it so any help would be greatly appreciated. If you look below, the problem is that \roundednumber expands to $1,000$, ...
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Spacing & sizing with libertine and newtxmath

I'm using the following setup for the Libertine font: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[lining]{libertine} \usepackage[libertine, cmintegrals]{newtxmath} \begin{document} ...
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How to adapt classicthesis layout to B5paper and Linux Libertine

Question says it all: I am using classicthesis with XeTeX to typeset my PhD thesis. I want to use B5 paper size (176 × 250 mm) and the beautiful Linux Libertine font. I'm wondering how to calculate ...